Autumnal postcards: life by the lake

I’m so glad I live in a world where there are Octobers” – L. M. Montgomery, Anne of Green Gables


29 thoughts on “Autumnal postcards: life by the lake

    1. Glad to hear! October is the most colourful month in Eastern Canada.
      Except for a few days when the clouds venture to break the peacefulness, October is one of the best months of the year.

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  1. Wow, such beautiful photos, Christie. Many people, me including, love Autumn for the changing colours of leaves. What can be more beautiful than the trees that were once green exploding into beautiful hues of gold, red, and orange before finally falling away? The bare and vulnerable branches that are created reveal the true and beautiful scenery underneath. Thanks for sharing and have a wonderful fall season 🙂 Aiva xx

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    1. Thank you Aiva, I’m glad you love Autumn, and hope the season is generous with you as well. It seems that this year, in particular, we had more shades of colour than ever! A real feast for the soul, I wish you could really feel it, as the pictures don’t really capture everything😊
      Wishing you a wonderful weekend! xx

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    1. Thank you Linda! Indeed, this year we were blessed with an exquisite foliage. Even our old Norway maple tree that normally gets black spots by this time, is thriving. I’ve never seen it like that!
      Have a beautiful weekend😊

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  2. You beautifully captured the magic of October: its crispness, autumn foliage and tranquil reflections. We are also enjoying some lovely warm October days with gorgeous colours in a nearby park-woods here in Kutaisi, Georgia. I love the quote.


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